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For those of you who don’t know or have never heard of Colin Wright, you really should subscribe to his blog. It’s a  series of entertaining, never-ending antics that take place on a global scale.  Colin lets his readers pick what country he should live in next. Despite my attempt to send him to Somalia, Colin was kind of enough to spend 45 minutes chatting with me and packing this interview with a ton of useful tips for you guys.
  • How to Develop an Archive of Resources for Projects You Are Considering
  • How to Use Comments to get Your First Several 100 Subscribers
  • Why Shouldn’t Take The Shortest Path to the End Result
  • The Importance of Getting out to a Broader Audience Outside of the Blogosphere
  • How to Comment in a Way that can be as Valuable as a Guest post on a Blog
  • The Myth of “blogging is not that much work”
  • His Ebook Networking Awesomely
  • How a free ebook got 55,000 downloads
  • An amazing upcoming road trip between 3 bloggers
  • How to leverage the relationships you have to effectively market your ebook
  • The influx of unexpected opportunities that result from blogging
Colin is the author of the blog, Exile Lifestyle. He  is currently living in New Zealand dealing with the woes of connectivity issues. You can follow him on Twitter @colinismyname.

Originally aired over 6 years ago.

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